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Articles by M.A. Kadir
Total Records ( 3 ) for M.A. Kadir
  M.S. Islam , M.A. Mazed , M.M. Rahman , M. A. Islam and M.A. Kadir
  The study was conducted at two dairy farms namely, Government Dairy Farm, Faridpur and Cntral Cattle Breeding Station, Savar, Dhaka to investigate the effect of milk yield, lactation length and disease incidence on Local X Friesian upgraded dairy cows. From the study, it was reveled that the average milk production per lactation per cow was 1820.75, 1861.00, 1871.00 and 1890 liters for first, second, third and fourth lactation, respectively. There was an increasing tendency in milk yield from first lactation to fourth lactation. Average lactation length of respective cows were 335.50?29.26, 333.12?29.97, 325.87?19.91 and 323.87?13.75 days for first, second, third and fourth lactation, respectively. In case of disease incidence the experimental cows were infected by Foot and Mouth Disease, Black Quater and ephemeral fever. In conclusion, it can be said that Local X Friesian cows are reared successfully allover Bangladesh.
  M.M. Bhuiyan , M.R. Islam , M.L. Ali , M.K. Hossain , M.A. Kadir , N.S. Lucky and B.R. Das
  An experiment was conducted to find out the importance of various characteristics of mammary system and to study their relationship with milk yield in dairy cows during the period from October to November 2000. By a previously prepared module, 100 dairy cows were selected to collection of data for the various measurements and shapes of udder from the Bangladesh Agricultural University Dairy Farm and adjacent villages of University. The phenotypic correlation coefficients between udder measurements and test milk yield and between all possible combinations of udder measurements were significant (P<0.01), revealed that length, width and depth of udder were related to each other and also to the milk production. A bowl shaped udder with large proportion of secretory tissue with highest milk production was as an assets for a milch cow. It may be concluded that a well conformation of udder is to be considered for selecting dairy cows on milk yield.
  M.A. Mazed , M.S. Islam , M.M. Rahman , M.A. Islam and M.A. Kadir
  In the present study urea molasses multinutrient blocks (UMMB) may be used as a catalytic feeding to the straw based diet of the indigenous cows for fertility. With that understanding, 49 indigenous post partum cows from 49 marginal village farmers of village-Boira were selected and a cake of 250 g/h/d UMMB was supplied with their usual feeding from date to calving to the date of confirmation of pregnancy. Cows were stall fed. Reproductive events of cows were recorded as when occurred. Milk progesterone was measured by using radio immuno assay (RIA) technique. Similarly, 49 cows were in control group in the same village. The results in control and UMMB group were-calving to 1st p4 (progesterone) rise (days) 104±52 and 103±37 (p>0.05); calving to first service (days) 194±68 and 130±64 (p<0.01); calving to conception (days) 199±72 and 162±73 (p>0.05) and subsequent calving interval (days) 480±73 and 443±70 (p>0.05), respectively. From the study, it may be concluded that UMMB has a positive effect on fertility of the local cows under the village condition of Bangladesh.
 
 
 
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